The Gloucester Board of Supervisors will vote on a resolution to enter into a lease for the Main Street Library when it meets at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the colonial courthouse. This lease would see the Main Street Library remain in its current location.
Past discussions on the library’s future have included the possibility of constructing a new location and renovating the current building. During budget discussions earlier this year, the board concluded that staying in the current location was the most fiscally feasible option.
Also during the meeting there will be a resolution to affirm commitment to board approved VDOT projects and the appropriation of fiscal year 2023 funds. The board will also consider the designation of Aberdeen Creek Landing as a commercial wharf.
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